In the Brexit debate, all the economic arguments are swirling around. And of course the political machinations are going on.
In such an atmosphere it is too easy to lose sight of the spiritual dimension. We should remind ourselves that the United Kingdom had to leave the European Union because the latter is a Revived Roman Empire.
Moreover, it was purely by God’s grace that the referendum result went the way it did. So we need to keep praying! These videos (none is longer than 3:58) will help inform your prayers:
The EU’s Roman Empire
In this video, ‘The European Union’s Roman Empire’ we compare the European Parliament Tower in Strasbourg not just with Bruegel’s Tower of Babel, but also with the Coliseum in Rome. We go to Bath to ask why Rome was called ‘the Eternal City’. We find out who was the first Eurocrat, and what he said about reviving the Roman Empire.
In ‘European Union – Does the Lord keep the City?’ we turned to the discussions in the Brexit debate on the UK’s security in or out of the European Union. Again, the experts concentrated on material considerations. But again, what about the spiritual side? Does the Lord keep the EU ‘city’? Because if not, the watchman waketh but in vain …
A Pagan Foundation, a Woman and a Tower
After looking at the EU’s Tower of Babel and its Woman on the Beast (see below!) the Lord led me to consider ‘The European Union’s Pagan Foundation’. Just where in Rome was the EU’s founding Treaty signed in 1957? And where did the heads of state gather to sign the EU’s unratified constitution in 2004? The answer gives us an extraordinary insight into what the Eurocrats think their project is all about.
Why are images of the abduction of Europa by Zeus in the form of a bull all over the European Union? What are statues of this Greek myth doing in Brussels and Strasbourg? Moreover, what is the connection between Europa and the woman of Revelation, and between the Bull and Revelation’s Beast? ‘The European Union’s Woman on the Beast’ is a real eye-opener.
Why was the European Union’s Parliament Building in Strasbourg modeled on a painting of the unfinished Tower of Babel? Does it speak of unfinished business and an ever expanding European Union? Or is something even more sinister going on? The European Union’s Tower of Babel was filmed in Strasbourg.
Brexit debate needs to be spiritually focused
We Christians love to be hospitable, but does that mean the UK should take in any number of Muslims migrants? In ‘European Union – Hospitality v Security’ we look at the matter of hospitality to migrants and the security angle from a Christian, Biblical standpoint.
In the Psalms and Gospels we read about the virtue of unity. What are the implications of that on the Brexit debate? Should the UK should stayed – or should we still stay – in the EU? In ‘European Union: Unity vs Sovereignty’ we look at the matter of unity versus sovereignty.
Lastly, it’s not a video, but an article taking head on the allegation that the EU was a ‘Christian Project’ and the counter argument that it was a Catholic Plot. My conclusion? Go on, click on the link to find out. Remember to cover the whole Brexit debate and the negotiations in prayer.
Rev 17:14 These shall make war with the Lamb, and the Lamb shall overcome them: for he is Lord of lords, and King of kings: and they that are with him are called, and chosen, and faithful.